6 Steps for Better Tarot Readings by Psychic Isabella

Published Date 7/9/2018
Category: Psychic Topics

Being clear and honest with your Tarot reader will help improve your experience!

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There are good Tarot readers and bad Tarot readers.  But there are things you can do as a client to help improve your experience and ensure that you are a good client, one that Tarot readers will want to work with. 

Discover my six steps that are going to make all the difference for your next Tarot Reading!

1. Select the Right Reader
It seems like a no-brainer to have this be number one, but you'd be amazed at how many people don't realize the importance of this. If you had a heart problem, you wouldn't go to an eye doctor, would you? So, if you are looking for love advice you wouldn't go to a reader that focuses on career advice. When you go looking for a reader be sure not to quickly choose the cheapest option, or the first option. Take a few minutes to explore what a reader is good at and how that syncs up with what you are looking for clarity on. 

2. Read and Listen to their Biographical Information
This is another important thing to look at. Reading their bio, listening to their message and if available watching their video will all allow you to get a sense of what their strengths and weaknesses are. You can learn a lot about an advisor’s personality by what they write or say in their personal introduction. There is nothing like looking for someone who does spirit communication only to discover that they don't do that. Be sure you know what you are getting for your money.

3. Formulate a Good Question – Before the Reading!
Asking the right types of questions can make or break a good Tarot reading. So, what constitutes a good question? The best questions are those that elicit information to empower you to make the best decisions for yourself or situation. They focus on what you can influence or change in a positive and constructive way. Good questions are often open-ended, providing ‘space’ to explore different options and possibilities. But they are also detailed and specific, allowing focus and direction. Good questions focus on yourself rather than others. They create a feeling of responsibility and accountability, reinforcing that you have free will and can indeed shape your own destiny.

4. Have Good Manners
This is one of those things that will get you blacklisted if you are an offender. Most readers have lives outside of reading the Tarot, and it is important to respect that. Just as we would never do with you, you shouldn’t ask for their personal contact information to communicate with them outside of Psychic Source. Respect your reader and their personal space to get the best experience.

5. Be Clear and Honest
There is nothing worse for me then a client who isn't honest. The person who sits across the table from you with the intention to NOT believe a word you say right from the start. The person who when you tell them something the cards reveal sits there and lies to your face. If you aren't honest with your advisor, then don't expect a good experience. If you want to get an answer about your love life, don't ask about your career. Being honest about what you want and what you are looking for is the best way to get the answers you really need.

6. Give Feedback
Believe it or not, we can’t read your mind. If you really enjoyed the reading TELL YOUR READER! Likewise, if the advisor wasn't what you expected, let them know. This helps them grow as a reader, gives them the opportunity to make things right if needed, and helps them to collect social proof of their skills to share with other clients.  Sharing your feedback on the Psychic Source website of a positive experience also helps others when making their decision of whom to select for a Tarot reading. 

Follow these six steps and you will be surprised how much you are able to get out of your next Tarot reading!

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ohiogal44: Very good article, Isabella ! Many good points.

JacquieD: Excellent article Isabella! Thank you :)

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